On these cool August mornings, we open windows and doors
to welcome the freshly rained-upon air.
Did I tell you we live along Woodland Avenue?
|Lots of LED lighting has me walking in pure white air. However, the upper cabinet lighting fails to light the lower shelves so I ordered glass shelves to replace the wooden ones. A good adjustment.|
|Awning-style doors make smooth and easy access to everyday dishes.|
|The galley view shows my triangular work pattern from sink to stove to refrigerator.|
|The silgranit sink is colored "Truffle" and |
water is turned on and off with a gentle tap on top of the faucet.
|Drawers instead of doors eliminate leaning or kneeling |
into deep recesses of a cupboard.
|White quartz "Misterio" countertops are created with |
barely-there grey veining.
|A step back into the dining room gives you an overall look. |
The island awaits galvanized metal counter stools.
|Glass shelves replace the original wood ones so cabinet lighting can shine through.|
|Distressed metal stools from Target let me chat with guests while I cook.|
|One last overall view...|
|I found the Umbra hall tree at The Container Store.|
|We did a two-day road trip while the painters wrapped|
adjacent spaces to prepare for painting.
|A place card holder.|
|Sometimes Salade Nicoise is presented in a "composed arrangement" of groups of individual vegetables.|